Greg Srisavasdi has been covering press junkets and reviewing films since 1991, where he covered the movie beat for the UCLA Daily Bruin. After years working as a entertainment radio journalist for Westwood One, he currently writes and edits for DeepestDream.com. If he's not watching a movie, you can catch him glued to his iPad, playing iOS games and refusing to grow up!
Resident Evil Reveals its Revelations Release Date
Capcom continues to churn out Resident Evil titles, and today the publisher announced that Resident Evil Revelations is hitting North American markets on May 21st.
Xbox 360 Kinect Lends A Hand To Louvre Museum Exhibit
The Louvre Museum continues to integrate gaming technology into its fabric, as the Xbox 360 Kinect plays an important role in an exhibit named Spotlight on the Antinoe veil.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14: The Masters Historic Edition Spotlights 1934 Augusta
Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 14: The Masters Historic Edition will enable gamers to play at the very first Masters Tournament in 1934, when it was dubbed the Inaugural Augusta National Invitation Tournament.
British Playwright to Pen Assassin’s Creed Screenplay
New Regency and Ubisoft are thinking outside the box, as they have decided not to hire an established screenwriter to pen the big screen adaptation of Assassin's Creed. British scribe Michael Lesslie, playwright of Prince of Denmark, will write the screenplay.
NRA: Practice Range Shoots Its Way Onto iOS
The National Rifle Association, in collaboration with MEDL Mobile, has released a new iOS game titled NRA: Practice Range. The download is free, as the game's main purpose is to provide players with updated news and info on the NRA.
Tobii Rex Has Its Eyes On PC Gaming Future
The eyes are not just the windows to the soul; they may also play an integral part in our gaming future. The Tobii Rex, which uses gaze-tracking technology, allows users to control their computer screen cursor with the use of their eyes.
Video Game Violence A Concern For 89 Percent of Parents
This week's spotlight on violent video games does not start and stop with the actions and words of Vice President Joe Biden. A nationwide survey commissioned by Common Sense Media and the Center for American Progress found that an estimated 89% of parents believe violence in video games is a pr…
Video Game Violence Bill Receives Second Life This Month
A bill which called for the study of the effects of violent video games on children is being reintroduced later this month by its author, West Virginia Sen. Jay Rockefeller.
Walking Dead Digital Copy Free For Xbox 360 Gamers With Hitching Problems
Xbox 360 owners who have experienced freezing and stuttering problems with The Walking Dead will receive a free copy of the game's Xbox Live Arcade version, as developer Telltale games has determined that installing an Xbox 360 hard drive on a 4 GB system will fix the hitching.
Call of Duty Movie Not in the Cards For Activision
The marriage between Hollywood and the gaming industry has been a profitable but creatively tenuous one at best, and it's no surprise that Activision CEO Bobby Kotick is not green lighting a Call of Duty film.
Bloody Palace Mode A Free Update For DMC Devil May Cry
Capcom continues to whet the appetites of gamers eager for DmC Devil May Cry's impending release, as they have announced the return of the beloved Bloody Palace Mode.
Fallout 4 Teaser Leaked By DJ Three Dog
It's been two years since Fallout: New Vegas depicted Sin City in all its apocalyptic glory, and now Fallout 4 is apparently on the horizon. That is if you believe the tweets of Erick Todd Dellums, who served as the voice of Galaxy News Radio DJ Three Dog in Fallout 3.